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If i had a very very long rod in a negligable gravity atmosphere and i moved the one end of the rod in a mannor such as morse code for example, would this constitute an instantaneous data transmission senario?
Yes but why do atoms resist the movement if there is no one around to hear it ?
According to that analogy material movements would be limited to their sound wave speed, which, if you'll forgive me for saying, is utter drivel.
Nope they do not have inertia,Without gravity, there would be no resistance to movement, no pressure. What is the pressure of the air in space.
Like seriously dude, y'know like, yeah.
Gravity would give the atoms and there said electrons reason for resistance to acceleration